Bezana Lago Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
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... and the river, while Deborah did a quick tour of the art inside.
Afterwards we drove back toward Santander and then detoured to an Atlantic beach with big waves and lots of surfers. We were very proud of ourselves for then finding the summerhouse of our friends -- Jose, Paloma, Alfonso and Palomita, the Saenz de Santa Maria family. We didn’t even have to call for a rescue! (Take that Marquis!) For almost 20 years, the ...
... we phoned the Eagles to advise them of the above and then promptly boarded the ship before they arrived leaving their little car stranded, friendless, on the quay. Well, they should not have gone shopping on holiday, However, thanks to our warning, they had sprinted (?) back and weren't far behind us on the car deck. So a few reminiscences to finish. Things we liked: 95% of Spanish ...
Plane delayed until 13.30 so our plans for walking to Navarette were in jeopardy early on. Arrived in Santander 4pm Drama collecting car over credit cards and drivers licences but sorted in the end. Eugene drove. Very fraught for the first hour or so but eventually all calmed down! Arrived Logrono 7.30 eventually found where to leave car (after a few U turns and some shouting). Headed off on ...
... pour La Rochelle où il avait son avion à 14 heures et Jamieson lui a continué son chemin vers Lastres. Whilst Spike was with us, the weather was not really good and it was cloudy most of the days therefore we have spent most days inside rather than outside. Thankfully on his last day, the weather cheered up and we were able to go back to the cave with him. We had lunch on the rib before swimming ashore and climbing some of the rocks that were there. We all had great fun ...
Very often our GPS takes us on some alternate routes, however we try to keep faith and our GPS always comes through with the goods. Whenever we drive towards a surf beach in Spain it always takes us through the industrial areas. Most of which look abandoned with broken windows and weathered buildings. It seems that the whole west coast of Spain has a shipping port therefore an industrial area ...